Category Archives: Crawford County

Peter and Betty Spracklin’s Children: The Rev. Alfred Spracklin, and his wife, Abigail Cooper

Alfred Spracklin was born 3 November, 1810 in Pitney, Somerset, England to Peter and Betty Spracklin. He was baptized on 10 March, 1814 along with his brother George.  His sister Ann’s prayer book verifies his birth. March 10, 1814 Alfred … Continue reading

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John Keller’s Birth and Death…

Starting in this post, I am going to post about John Keller, my 3rd great grandfather and dig into what I know about this man.  Let’s start with his birth and death. The date of birth for John Keller is … Continue reading

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John and Mary Delano Keller’s youngest son: William Franklin Keller and his wife Ida Riblet

I think he preferred to be called Frank, it is what is on his tombstone in the cemetery in South Bloomfield, Morrow Co., Ohio. My cousin is more knowledgeable about this family.  What I will do is share what I know … Continue reading

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